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Endever Update!

Things have been quiet on the social media front in our neck of the woods, but that doesn’t mean we haven’t been busy behind the scenes!

First off, if you’re still interested in submitting to our current writing contest, there’s still time! There were a lot of people who wanted to enter but were too late. We’ve extended the deadline for getting your submission in by May 25thClick here for the rules.

In case you haven’t heard, as of March 24th, we are officially an LLC!! That wouldn’t have been possible (so quickly) if it hadn’t been for everyone that submitted to our first writing contest and participated in the voting. One of our goals is to be a debt-free company and so far we are able to keep moving on that path thanks to all of you supporting us.

Our next step is to obtain our ISBN which will separate us from other publishers when our books are out in the world.

To date, we are working on two separate manuscripts that are incredibly different from each other and have been a blast to work on. Keep an eye out for more info regarding our first two book publications!

We asked you all to pitch us your book ideas (whether complete manuscript or just pieces and parts) in 140 characters or less on Twitter, tagging us @endeverpubstuds. We have not responded to any yet, but will be having a conference call soon to move forward with follow-ups. Spread the word and keep on pitching. We are excited to add more manuscripts to the docket and work with you all😀

Question of the Day: What is your favorite writing resource(s)?

Comment below! 

#HappyThursday

One thought on “Endever and Contest Update

  1. Anything by James Scott Bell is golden. I own several of his books and find each and every one invaluable. I also have my own (thick and bulky but incredibly useful) copy of the Chicago Manual of Style or CMOS. I use it often when I’m editing and have a “I wonder what I do about X?” kind of question.

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